First American car to buy, I would say impressed, but still years behind in technology from the rest of the world. It could be better if they could add basic techs stuff that cheap Japanese cars have, otherwise a fun car to drive and to look at. Hope the dealer stop calling me for extending warranty.
Looks, engine, cabin. American car makers are finally trying but still way short of perfection.
Keyless start, weird clock on dash, no telescoping steering wheel why?, plastic chrome, the speedometer and electric features is Stone age. No place to store sunglasses for easy access,
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